Monday, 6 June 2016

NEWS:----NYSC has not been scrapped

The federal government has denied scrapping the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
There were reports that the scheme, which was established since 1975 by then Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (retd), has been scrapped by President Muhammadu Buhari, alongside post-UMTE.

However, the presidency described the story as unfounded and legally illogical.

“NYSC is a creation of the law. Only another law can repeal it,” Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity said while reacting to the rumour.

Facts:------GREEN LAKE

Green lake is a place in Austria that is a dry park during WINTER and a 10 metres deep LAKE during the SPRING/EARLY SUMMER


As novels became more prominent during the 1700s , Societies and Media grew increasly concerned that young people spent too much time reading books.

They even went so far as to call it



By Chris Wheatley
The Premier League champion has all but agreed his
move to Arsenal as the club pencil in a medical
before he travels to Euro 2016 with the England
squad on Monday
Arsenal are hoping to seal the signing of Jamie
Vardy within the next two days, Goal understands.
The 29-year-old will travel to France with the
England squad ahead of Euro 2016 on Monday and
Gunners officials are desperate to complete the deal
before the tournament gets underway after activating
his £20 million release clause.
Vardy scored 24 goals last season as Leicester City
won their first ever Premier League title, finishing
10 points above the second-placed Gunners.
After rising from non-league to top flight football,
Vardy was named Football Writers' Player of the Year
after his scintillating performances in attack for the
Foxes which included goals against Arsenal, Chelsea,

Shocking - teachers check underwear of school girls in Japan find out why

Shocking - teachers check
underwear of school girls in

Japanese culture may seem nuts to us.
These people are up for some crazy
things including their sex life. The
reason why teachers check the panties
of school girls is shocking indeed!
Men in Japan are great fans of used ladies’
underwear. They seem to like the smell of it and
the ones worn by young school girls are the most
popular. There are companies that sell the used
panties packed up in special boxes and with the
pictures of the girls who wore them. The business is
a very lucrative one in this country.
So, some of the school girls decided to avoid go-
betweens and do business directly. They sell their
used underwear right in schools! That is why
teachers carry out the panties’ check to see, which
ones of the girls are acting amorally!
The used panties cost much more than the new ones,
so such check up never stop the girls. They just
bring over an extra pair of fresh panties to replace
ones they sold! Many countries do have shocking
facts on the sex life of their people.

PRESIDENTIAL:--Buhari proceeds on 10 days vacation for medical reasons

Buhari proceeds on 10 days
vacation for medical reasons

President Muhammadu Buhari will
proceed on 10 days vacation for
medical reasons.
This was contained in a statement by Femi Adesina,
presidential spokesman.
It reads: “President Muhammadu Buhari
will take 10 days off and travel to London
on Monday June 6th to rest.
“During the holiday, he will see an E.N.T.
specialist for a persistent ear infection.
“The president was examined by his
personal physician and an E.N.T
specialist in Abuja and was treated. Both
Nigerian doctors recommended further
evaluation purely as a precaution.”

Nigerians wish President Buhari a speedy recovery:

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BREAKING NEWS:------Arewa insists Nigeria can survive without Niger Delta oil

 Arewa insists Nigeria can
survive without Niger Delta oil

– Senator Waku criticized militants in
the Niger Delta region for their violent
– He says the government should be
tough on them
– He says Nigeria can survive without
Senator Joseph Kennedy N Waku who is a chieftain
of the Arewa Consultative Forum has challenged the
Niger Delta to drink their oil and they would hold
on to their agriculture.
In an interview with Vanguard, Waku criticised
militants in the Niger Delta region for blowing
pipelines and trying to hold the government ransom.
When asked about what he thought about trying to
dialogue with the militants, Waku said:
“What kind of dialogue? Let them bring to
table what they want. Let them do what
they are doing, they will also suffer it. Are
they also not suffering when they ruin the
economy? Are they not facing the same
problem like you and I? They are talking
of marginalization today.
If you create Biafra today, is Biafra solidly
Igbo’s? It’s not.